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The CCID has launched its 2019 “Show you care” winter campaign with an ambitious fundraising drive to raise R100 000 for the homeless.

The annual campaign supports the CCID Social...

The CCID’s Urban Management department sprang into action to avert danger in the CBD as an intensive cold snap characterised by heavy rains, flooding and strong winds wreaked havoc in the City,...

The Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) continues to have a major impact on the Western Cape and national economy with over 100 international conferences set to be hosted at the...

A massive mural has been unveiled in the Cape Town Central City, enhancing the CBD’s urban environment and uniqueness.

On 1 July, Boxwood Property Fund, an independently owned, boutique...

He remembers telling his brother “at some point” that he was done fighting, that it was time to go home. It was time to book a bus ticket back to spend his last days with his mom and dad. Today, a...

CCID Fieldworker Headman Sirala-rala delivering donation bins at Mandela Rhodes Place

To help ease the plight of the CBD’s homeless community during the bitterly cold and wet winter months, the CCID’s Social Development department and NGOs in the Central City and surrounding areas...

Home is where you hang your hat, as the saying goes. And now, after months of waiting, the CCID’s Straatwerk team and other operational teams finally have a base in the Company’s Garden from which...

CBD stakeholders can help to fight crime and make a difference by doing three simple things, says CCID Safety & Security manager Muneeb “Mo” Hendricks.

While all businesses have “...

How do you conceive a campaign on keeping the Central City clean? That was the challenge of the creators of the CCID’s 2019 annual anti-litter campaign, “It’s time to come clean”, which aims to...

The CCID drain-cleaning team in action

With the rainy season imminent, the CCID’s Urban Management department is taking steps to help prevent flooding in the CBD.

While the province and the city have had some rain in recent...

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